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ETHE MICHIGAN DAILY

FFIDIAY, AUR.i 13, 1945

ist Has Star German Club
e Harry' Chooses Otto
As President
took place Wednesday night with the
opening of "Uncle Harry."
Tall, slim, dark-haired Betty wears Trautwein Named
the same gown worn by Eve Le Gal- To Vice-Presidency
lienne in the New York Productiony
of "Uncle Harry." The costumes of Approximately 100 students of the
Deutscher Verein elected Herbert A.
Otto president of the club at their
Tt sday night meeting, Dr. Werner
F. Striedieck, sponsor of the organ-
ization and member of the German
department, announced yesterday.
Other elected officials are James L.
Trautwein, vice-president; Margaret
R. Maier, secretary; Hazel R. Batch-
elor, treasurer; and Evelyn A. Huf-
nagel, program chairman.
Following a program of Schubert
music offered by Lorna Storgaard,
soprano, the Deutscher Verein plan-
ned a visit through the Burton Tower
for the next meeting, April 24. Sue-
cceding activities include an evening
of folk dancing on May 8 and a picnic
on May 22.

S panish Play
Will Be Given
April 17, 18
'Zaragtieta' To Be at
Lydia Mendelssohn
With less than a week to go, com-
mittee chairmen for La Sociedad
Hispanica production of "Zaragueta"
are making preparations for the pres-
entation of the Spanish comedy to be
staged at 8:30 p. m. EWT (7:30 p. m.
CWT) Tuesday and Wednesday in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, accord-
ing to Prof. Ermelindo A. Mercado of
the Romance Language department
who is also director of the play.
Ann D. Sugar, chairman of the en-
tertainment committee, announced a
15 minute interlude of music to be
heard between the first and second
acts. A trio of two violins and one
piano will be featured and Helen
Sloan will offer several accordian
selections.
Starting today tickets for "Zara-
gueta" may be reserved by calling
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
(6300), Ann Partney, ticket chairman
announced. Sale of tickets will be-
gin at 10 a. m. EWT (9 a. m. CWT)
Monday at the theatre box office.
Current lecture series tickets are
good as part payment towards play
tickets.
With Lorna Fleming as general
chairman, the remaining committee
heads are as follows: Vincent Scanio
of stage, Bunny Brettschneider of
programs, Harriet Wilson of prop-
erties, Irene Clutter of costumes, Ed
Anthony of publicity, and Anthony
Pasquariello of make-up.
LEGAL RESEARCH:

SAN FRANCISCO CONFERENCE:

Alumni To Attend Parley

By PAT CAMERON
Three former University students,
Senator Arthur Vandenberg, Dr.
Maximo Kalaw of the Philippine cab-
inet, and Dr. Yi-Fang Wu, Chinese
educator, will attend the San Fran-
cisco Conference opening April 25,
T. Hawley Tapping, general secre-
tary of Alumni Association, has point-
ed out.
Vandenberg, Republican Senator
from Michigan since 1928, received
an honorary Master's degree from
the University in 1925. He attended
the School of Law here in 1901-02,
when he was 16, and was affiliated
with Delta TJpsilon.
Interested in an international or-
ganization and active in foreign af-
fairs, Vandenberg said in a recent
speech to the Senate, "I want maxi-
mum American cooperation, consis-
tent with legitimate American self-
interest, with constitutional proces-
ses and with collateral events which
warrant it, to make the basic idea of
Dumbarton Oaks succeed. I want a
new dignity and a new authority for
international law. I think Ameri-
can self-interest requires it."
After the last World War, Vanden-
berg became involved in the world-
league controversy. As editor and
publisher of the Grand Rapids Her-
ald, he fought the League of Nations
covenant because it had no reserva-
tions to protect American interests
and traditions.
Vandenberg, whose wife is the for-
mer Hazel Whitaker, '06, is a student
of American history and an admirer
of Hamilton, whom he considers the

BETTY BLOMQUIST
..,featured as "I ettie".

Dean Emmons presented triangle the cast are rented from a New York
keys and certificates of membership costume agency which also suppies
to Keith Harder, Don Lindquist, New York theatrical companies. {
John Larson, Charles Lauritsen, Chi- "Uncle Harry," unlike the usual
li Helmick, Harold Walters, Bob mystery play, reveals the criminal
Krieger, Bob Johnston, and Fred in .the opening scene, and creates
Booth following the initiation ban- suspense by re-enacting the crime
quet. and its end result.
- -; a

Ilighli ht
OrCampus.. .
Lane!Hall Guest..
Prof. A. H. Hawley of the sociology
department will be guest of honor at
Coffee Hour at 4 p. m. EWT (3 p. m.
CWT) today at Lane Hall.
Mary Shepard, Deb Stoll and Alice
Schwanderer will serve coffee and
cake.
New Consultant ...
John Allison, Ann Arbor High
School teacher, has been assigned
to the position of children's con-
sultant, Otto W. Hlaisley, superin-
tendant of public schools announc-
ed today. Mr. Allison will assume
the duties formerly held by Walter
Holnmlund.
Mr. Allison, who received his
master's degree from the Univer-
sity of Michigan, has been teach-
ing in the Ann Arbor schools con-
tinuously since 1928 except for
1942-43 when he was on a leave of
absence for military duty.
Pollock Will Speak , .
Prof. James K. Pollock of the poli-
tical science department will address
the University of Michigan Club of
Milwaukea this evening at a banquet
in the University Club.
Co~Op TTo old
Dinner Today
Residents of Mary Markley House
will give the second faculty dinnei' of
this semester today. The guests will
be Prof. and Mrs. C. F. Wells, Mr.
yMorris Greenhut, and Mr. E. T. Ca-
ver of the Department of English.
The dinners are a tradition of the
dormitory and each resident has the
opportunity to entertain one instruc-
tor during the semester.
Cheever House
To Give Party
Adeha Cheever house will follow
the Michigan tradition that "turna-
bout is fair play" when they enter-
t ain their dates this Saturday with
a picnic at the Island. After the
picnic the girls will escort their dates
back to the house for an informal
dance. The party was arranged by
Evelyn Phillips, '45, Social Chairman.
Nt~t4- - r o - -t
Attends (o)ufeume c
Miss Marguerite V. Hood of the
School of Music faculty has left for
Chicago to attend a meeting of the
War Emergency Council of the Music
Educators National Conference.
This meeting which is being held
in place of the usual convention,
plans to carry on the administrative
work and research of the Conference;
Miss Hood is one of 50 music edu-
cators in the midwest chosen to at-
tend this meeting.

Prof. Ii. F9 Yiueina To Head
Stilyof lute r-A merican Law

We Deliver

El Eu

In connection with the legal re-
search program of the Law School, a'
study of inter-American law is be-
ing made under the direction of Hes-
sel E. Yntema, Professor of Law, with
the purpose of making comparative
studies of existing commercial laws
in the Americas.
The survey will include the com-
mercial laws of the 21 countries of
the Pan-American Union as well as
those of Canada, and has been or-
ganized into general fields by sub-
jects, Prof. Yntema said in an inter-
view.
A comparative text of Pan-Ameri-
can law is planned to be written in
English and Spanish, he added.
Impetus was given to start so ex-
tensive a project by the need for
representation in international and
comparative law in law firms and law
schools after the war, Prof. Yntema
TU'Alumnae
To Meet Today
COInVe ion Will Open
At Michigan League
The opening meeting of a two day
convention of the Alumnae Council
of the University Alumnae Associa-
tion will be held today at 3:00 p.m.
EWT in the Michigan League.
The sixteen delegates will be the
guests of Scroll, senior honorary so-
ciety for affiliated women, at a din-
ner today in honor of members of
Mortarboard and Senior Society, oth-
er honorary senior groups. Follow-
ing the dinner, the group will view
"Uncle Harry," current Play Pro-
duction presentation.
Dr. Hayward Keniston, Dean of the
Literary College, will address the
Alumnae executives at their annual
luncheon Saturday in the Women's
League. He will discuss the Univer-
sity's role in International relations.
Among those attending the lunch-
eon will be Dr. Alexander G. Ruth- '
ven, president of the University and
Walter Kirkbride, president of the
Alumni Association.
Frieda V<mg<it Will Give
Orga'n Recital Sunday
Frieda Vogan, director of music at
the Presbyterian Church and mem-
ber of the School of Music faculty,
will present selections by Reubke,
Handel and Bach in an organ recital
at 4:15 p.m. EWT (3:15 p.m. CWT)
Sunday in Hill Auditorium. A grad-
uate of Kalamazoo College where she
majored in organ, Mrs. Vogan re-
ceived her M.A. degree from the Uni-
versity.

said. The new emphasis on inter-
national law will come as the result
of the expansion of world commerce
through aviation, Prof. Yntema ad-
ded.
For the past two years a study of
commercial instruments, the first of
the general divisions, has been made
and is now almost completed. Eleven
representative legal scholars were
brought here from South America
under an arrangement with the State
Department, Prof. Yntema explained.
Each man is preparing a mono-
graph of the laws on commercial in-
struments in his country, which will
be published in the Michigan Legal
Studies, Prof. Yntema said.
Appointed research fellows by the
University, the men, all recent grad-
uates of leading South American
universities, took courses here and
lived in the Law Quadrangle, Prof.
Yntema said. They represented
Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Para-
guay, Peru, Cuba, Colombia and Pa-
nama.
Four new appointees representing
Argentina, Brazil and Mexico, are
to be brought here by the State De-
partment in June, he added.
Nine of the original eleven have
returned to their own countries.
Group To Talk
On Jewish Life
Sabbath eve services to be held at
7:45 p. m. EWT (6:45 p. m. CWT)
today at the Hillel Foundation, will
be followed by a symposium on "As
I See Jewish Life Today."
The symposium will center around
the questions; What does it mean to
be a. Jew today? How can the Jew
best aid people? and Must the Jew
work only within an isolated group?
Taking part in the symposium are
George Herman, Grad., and assist-
ant in the speech department, Maur-
ice Kost, Ed., recently returned from
service with the infantry in New
Guinea, and June White, '47.
A social hour with refreshments
will follow the services.

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